Shalom Life | December 20, 2014

Tweets of the Week

Catch up on the latest tweets from Jewish celebrities.

By: Ilan Mester

Published: April 23rd, 2012 in Culture » TV » News

Tweets of the Week

Jason Segel is excited about his new movie, New Girl’s Max Greenfield releases a workout video, Lena Dunham wants you to watch her new show, Kat Dennings wants a very specific ringtone, Big Time Rush’s James Maslow doesn’t like to wake up early, Chelsea Handler is on the cover of a magazine and William Shatner has dinner with his millionth follower.

jasonsegel: 5 days until 5 year engagement comes out!! We opened the Tribeca film festival. People laughed hard! I wore a suit.

iamgreenfield: In response to a recent @vulture piece on a potential #Schmidt workout video I made this. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7GklAJOoHo

lenadunham: The second episode of @girlsHBO is on tonight and I'm really curious to hear all your thoughts, as long as they are super-kind!

OfficialKat: I'm having a really hard time trying to make Steven Spielberg saying "lasercaaats" into my ringtone #weekend

jamesmaslow: Waking up at 5am is no bueno. The sun rises for a reason-it's the world's alarm clock. Rising before it is disrespectful in my opinion. :)

chelseahandler: This is me on the cover of this month's more. On stands now. Inside, I make love to a horse http://lockerz.com/s/202604129

WilliamShatner: Dinner with my 1 millionth follower @pdoxjr and his wife @mrspdox in Charlotte, NC stop for @ShatnersWorld MBB http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_wdx9TDXv9o

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